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Another Segmented Pen

Here is the other segmented pen I was working on along with the black and white one which I had shown. This one is a Bloodwood and curly maple on a Roman harvest kit with 8 coats of med CA as a finish. As always any comments or questions are always welcomed and thanks for looking.








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That is sharp!
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Beautiful work.

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Great looking pen John.
I really like the contrast in the design.
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JT, you should do a tutorial on these for us mere mortal pen turners

That bowl was perfect right up until that last cut...
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Please, if not a tutorial then at least give us a few more teaser pics showing the cutting/glue up.

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Great looking pen John.
I really like the contrast in the design.
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JT, you should do a tutorial on these for us mere mortal pen turners

I agree across the board!
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Yes, yes, a tutorial!!!!! I wanna know how to do this. These pens are amazing!!

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Another work of art!

Some of the nicest pens I've ever seen, bar none!

Thanks!

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That's Gorgeous. Very Handsome and Rich

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Extraordinary craftsmanship -- great job!

I'm wondering how you sliced and made glue-ready those thin rings? Each idea I've come up with so far has been impractical or unsafe (or both)

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Very nice design.

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Extraordinary craftsmanship -- great job!

I'm wondering how you sliced and made glue-ready those thin rings? Each idea I've come up with so far has been impractical or unsafe (or both)

Thanks!
Exactly, thats why we need a tutorial!!! Ive been racking my brain trying to figure this out and allthough I do have an idea of how to do it safely, I know its not the proper way or the easiest way.

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